Castor oil, globally recognized and respected for its versatility, is extracted from the seeds of the Ricinus communis plant, commonly known as the castor plant. This plant was believed to be indigenous to the Caribbean region. However, historical documents and the discovery of numerous castor seeds in ancient Egyptian tombs have proven that castor plants had been cultivated in many parts of the globe as early as 4,000 BC and as far as the Asia-Pacific region.
Regular castor seed oil, with a yellowish to transparent colour, is extracted from the castor seeds through the cold-pressing method. On the other hand, Jamaican black castor seed oil, with a darkish brown to black colour, is extracted by slow boiling the pulverized form of the roasted castor seeds. Regular castor seed oil, being more viscous than Jamaican black castor seed oil, is thicker in its appearance.
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